Best ever GCSE results
Students, teachers and support staff were celebrating the fruits of their hard work as GCSE examination results were shared at the school. Amna Fasih, Xi Xiang, Salek Mahmood and Mohammed Gani got a massive 24 A* grades and a further 20 A grades between them. Overall 53% of students achieved five good grades including English and Mathematics. 83% made expected progress in English and 71% made expected progress in Maths.
Headteacher designate, Roger McBrien, said “I am delighted that the vast majority of students had achieved the success their hard work deserved. I am proud to work with such a strong team of professionals who are so committed to the success of their students. I am optimistic that these results will, for the second successive year, demonstrate that students attending Moseley make some of the best progress in the country”.
Congratulations go to our year 13 students who worked tremendously hard to once again achieve the school’s best ever A level results. The overall pass rate for A level students was 99%. In addition to this some subjects performed particularly well with over 70% of students achieving the top grades of A*- B. These subjects included Arabic, Law, Sociology, Maths and BTEC Applied Science.
Headteacher Designate, Mr. Roger McBrien was delighted with the results and said ‘ I would like to thank the students for their commitment and hard work over the last two years, many of our students have worked incredibly hard to overcome significant challenges to gain these fantastic results and I would like to thank our staff and parents for supporting our youngsters, enabling them to progress onto the next exciting chapter of their education’.
Moseley School has a number of students who have achieved particularly well. Moin Qadir was one of the school’s top students who has secured a place at Birmingham University to read Law after achieving 3 ‘A’ grades in; Law, Psychology and Sociology. Khatibah Ellahi achieved two grade As and a B, Khatibah has been accepted to study psychology and sociology at Aston University whilst Muhammed Aamir achieved A*, A, A and is to read Law at Nottingham University.
Year 12 results also showed an increase in the previous year and 17 year old Mostafa Omar achieved 4 grade As in his AS levels and had achieved an A* for a full A level in Arabic, two years early.